Do you need help receiving your unemployment benefits? Have you been denied your benefits? Do you live in the Folsom area? An unemployment benefits appeal is often overlooked by a terminated employee. Most people are unaware of the laws and their rights. If you live in the Folsom area and need help with your unemployment benefits appeal, then call Foos Gavin Law Firm. We will protect your rights and help to get you the results that you deserve. An unemployment benefits appeal should be handled by a professional that has a proven track record. That is where Sean Gavin comes in. Sean has won over 90% of his unemployment benefits appeals in the Sacramento area.
An employer has the right to appeal EDD’s decision to pay a claimant. A claimant has the right to appeal EDD’s decision to reduce or deny benefits. An appeal must be submitted within 20 calendar days of the mailing date of our Notice of Determination and/or Ruling, DE 1080CZ. Mail your appeal to the return address shown on the decision notice. Include the following information:
- Your name
- The name of your business if you are the employer
- Address and telephone number
- Social Security number if you are a claimant
- Employer account number and the claimant’s social security number if you are an employer
- The name and mailing address of any representative
- The reason for your appeal
- A copy of EDD’s decision that you wish to appeal or the date of the decision
- Any request for language assistance or special accommodation
The Office of Appeals notifies individuals of the time and place of hearing at least 10 days in advance. An Administrative Law Judge conducts the hearing, giving employers and claimants a chance to present their evidence. The Administrative Law Judge will issue a written decision to all interested individuals. The decision includes information about filing a second level appeal to the California Unemployment Insurance Appeals Board.